Some events of 1932 as captured by sound newsreels.
00:00 Bobsledding, natural sound of spectators, interview with sledders (possibly 1932 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, New York)
01:24 Speech at international meeting; member of United States delegation at podium
03:59 Connie Mack, owner of Philadelphia Athletics, addresses team; spring training scenes; Mack demonstrates batting technique
05:22 Trenton, New Jersey: Governor Harold Hoffman of New Jersey addresses assembly of policemen from around the U.S. who have come to help find kidnapped baby Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr.; newsmen taking down statement
06:56 outside Hartford, Connecticut courthouse where Henry Johnson, boyfriend of Betty Gow, Lindbergh baby's nurse, was being questioned; Hopewell, New Jersey press headquarters for Lindbergh press; press in action; telegraph keys and typewriters being pounded; radio newsman reading message from Lindbergh authorizing gangsters to be go-betweens with kidnappers
08:00 U.S. Navy airship AKRON taking off, crashing rudder into ground; damaged rudder seen in closer shot; crowds surrounding ship (Lakehurst, New Jersey, February 22, 1932)
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